Since the tragic events of September 11th, there have been remarkable efforts on the part of law enforcement to correct the problems that impede information sharing. One of the largest barriers was the failure to analyze, collaborate and share information in a meaningful and timely manner. Law enforcement agencies don’t have one central database that connects and makes sense of all of the information collected daily by officers from local, state and federal agencies. There is no technology solution that will bring together all the “pieces of the puzzle” and tell law enforcement the who, what, when, where and how of the next terrorist attack, violent crime, or any other crime for that matter. So to assist in the collective review of information for the purpose of detecting, preventing and preparing for threats to public health and safety, Fusion Centers have developed across the nation.


Federal Bureau of Investigation
Federal Protective Services
Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation, Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Florida Department of Corrections
Florida Department of Education
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Florida Department of Health
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Florida Department of Transportation
Florida Division of Emergency Management
Florida Fire Chiefs Association
Florida Highway Patrol
Florida National Guard
Florida Office of the Attorney General
Florida Police Chiefs Association  
Florida Sheriffs Association
Florida State Fire Marshal
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Justice
U.S. Domestic Nuclear Detection Office
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
U.S. Forestry Service
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
U.S. Transportation Security Administration